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do libertarians want police,military, and courts to be privately owned? who will regulate monopolies?

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  • do libertarians want police,military, and courts to be privately owned? who will regulate monopolies?


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Answer #1 | 14/01 2014 09:17
Yes.
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Answer #2 | 14/01 2014 09:20
"Government should only do for the people what the people can not do for themselves." More simple put, the government should, at a local level, handle police, fire and EMS.
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Answer #3 | 14/01 2014 09:19
The people will regulate monopolies by purchasing or not purchasing goods and services
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Answer #4 | 14/01 2014 09:21
you need to read up on the matter instead of asking people who don't understand either
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Answer #5 | 14/01 2014 09:23
Already got private prisons. Getting money involved with these kinds of things is wrong. What ever happens to peace officers? I don't want enforcement officers. All you cops out there shame on you for letting it go this far.
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Answer #6 | 15/01 2014 01:13
Libertarians are mixed on what to privatize and what not to privatize. Personally I say don't privatize the military but focus most of our defense on domestic border security, anti-missile equipment, etc. Courts are part of government and thus would not be privatized. Parts of police work could be privatized -- the idea of private jails where cons work for a business to serve their time is actually quite the interesting idea.
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Answer #7 | 14/01 2014 09:33
The state already IS an unregulated monopoly in this areas. So your biggest objection to libertarianism, is that at some point in the future we'll end up with the same situation we have right now.
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